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Essex Field Club
Essex Field Club
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Sat Sep 17th 2022
Field Course: Shieldbugs and Ladybirds. A wide variety of shieldbugs and ladybirds are found at Rainham Marshes. We will search for and learn to identify the different species in the field. The course is suitable both for beginners and those with a bit more experience who would like to see some less common species. The course will be led by Yvonne Couch of the Essex Field Club, in partnership with the RSPB, and there will be a small charge for all participants, which includes reserve entrance fee. All equipment will be provided. Venue: RSPB Rainham Marshes, New Tank Hill Road, Purfleet RM19 1SZ. Please book and pay via RSPB Rainham Marshes: . Spaces are limited to 12 adults.
Sat Oct 15th 2022
Norsey Wood Soc with EFC Fungi Group. Norsey wood, Car Park TQ690956, W3W:leader.sugar.tricks. Table next to Car Park to collect and identify specimens found in the wood
Tue Oct 18th 2022
EFC Fungi Group. Swan and Cygnet woods, and Hankin's wood, Stock. Optional Packed Lunch. Parking in small layby or on road at TQ688992.
Tue Oct 25th 2022
EFC Fungi Group. Tiptree Heath car park at TL882148, W3W:carver.tested.motivates. nearest Postcode:CO5 0PT. Packed lunch optional. Varied habitats with some of the last remaining heath in Essex.